Jazz Will Transfer Ownership To Family Trust Bucks Seeing Increased Attendance, TV Ratings T'Wolves Purchase NBA D-League Iowa Energy Colts Not Returning Training Camp To Anderson Blank Taking All Falcons Employees To Super Bowl Colts Fire GM Grigson, Keep Coach Pagano Spanos Tried To Keep Chargers In San Diego Raiders Won't Consider Rebrand For Vegas Move Cowboys Hire Agency To Evaluate E-Sports Foray Golden Knights To Debut Fan Development Program
Published September 30, 1997
In Phoenix, Jim Gintonio writes the "major gift the Coyotes have brought to the Valley appears to be at the grass-roots level," as more than 1,100 players are involved in the two valley youth hockey leagues, and those kids "play a big role in keeping sporting goods stores scrambling to keep up with the demand for [Coyotes] paraphernalia" (AZ REPUBLIC, 9/30)....The Warriors have lowered ticket prices in the upper bowl of the Oakland Coliseum Arena. Side balcony seats, originally $45, are now $27. The $35 center balcony seats are now $22, and the end balcony seats at $12.50, are now $9 (S.F. CHRONICLE, 9/30).